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Ship Arrivals at the Ports of Montreal and Quebec, 1835

Quebec Mercury #87. Tuesday, July 28, 1835

We have been favoured with copies of the bills "For regulating the carriage of passengers in merchant vessels to the British possessions on the continent and islands of North America," and of the bills "to amend and consolidate the laws relating to merchant seamen," and "for forming and regulating a registry of the seamen."
The former has already been published, but some amendments in committee are made, the principle of which are : that vessels shall not carry more than 3 persons per 5 tons, and have 5½ feet height between decks, or a temporary platform where there is no deck, and 3 inches between the deck and lower tier of berths ; 50 gallons pure water, and 70 lbs. weight of bread stuffs for each passenger ; ships not having compliment of passengers may carry 8 cubical feet of freight for each passenger, between decks. A surgeon to every vessel carrying 100 and more passengers, and sufficient medicines if less ; master to pay £20 for landing a passenger not at the port of contract ; two children under 13, and 3 under seven years to count as a passenger ; master to pay 1s per day to each passenger for unavoidable detention beyond the day of sailing ; master obliged to feed and keep on board passengers 48 hours after anchoring in port ; wrong list to be considered as a misdemeanour, and master punishable by fine, from £5 to £20 ; master to give bond to Custom for £1000 that ship is seaworthy, and all rules and regulations by this act shall be performed ; no suit to be maintained if more than 12 calendar months after arrival in America, or return home. The act not to apply to passenger vessels not having more than one passenger to every 5 tons. The act not to extend to Bermuda and West Indies.
(this item courtesy of Gilbert Bossé Navigating the Lower Saint Lawrence in the 19th Century)

The following arrivals were extracted from the Montreal Gazette 1835 and Quebec Mercury 1835. Please note that sometimes an issue is missing so this extract does not contain all vessels to these ports.

see also St. Lawrence Steamboat Co. Passenger Records for John Bull, Canada & Canadian Eagle.

May - June | June - September | September - November

Date Vessel Master Sailed From Passengers Remarks/Consigned to
1835
Arrived at the Port of Quebec
May 11 ship Toronto Collinson 06 Apr London Capt Maitland, Mrs Maitland, Mr and Mrs Beckett, Miss Dickson, Mr Joseph Beckett, Mrs Kerr, Mrs Hughs and children, Mr Hawkins, Mr Jones and Mr Williams ; 14 passengers to order, general cargo
May 11 ship Robertson Neill 03 Apr Greenock Mr D.L. M'Pherson, Scotland; Messrs A Gilchrist, John Douglas and Robert Shedden, Montreal; D M'Intosh, Perth; John Hamilton, Kilmarnock; James Scott, Robert Inglis, John M'Kay, Miss Ann Taylor, John Mathewson, Jr., Mrs Mathewson and Miss Marian Mathewson, of Glasgow ; 21 passengers to Masson, Strang & Co, general cargo
May 12 ship Welsford Pearce 02 Apr Bristol   to Lemesurier & Co
May 12 bark Ottawa Hammond 03 Apr London Mr Henry Penton and servant, Yamaska; Mr James Douglas, Miss Elizabeth Douglas, Miss Jessica Keith, Miss Charlotte Pickersgill, Masters Alfred, Charles and George Pickersgill ; 9 passengers to Gillespie & Co, general cargo
May 12 ship City of Waterford Grandy 12 Apr Waterford 30 passengers to Froste & Co, ballast and goods
May 12 brig Emma Zoller Woodward 27 Mar Poole   to Pemberton Brothers
Reported by Telgraph at Grosse Isle
May ship Onondago 02 Apr Waterford 45 passengers to Froste & Co
May bark Hutchinson   25 Mar London 9 passengers to M'Gill, general cargo
May bark Miramichi   29 Mar London   to Gilmour & Co
Arrived at the Port of Montreal Came up with the wind to the foot of the current, and towed into port by the Britannia.
May 15 bark Great Britain (323 tons) Swinburne 28 Mar London 8 passengers to Peter M'Gill & Co, general cargo
  In tow of the St George
May 15 brig Plata (150 tons) Younghusband 03 Apr Liverpool   to Kay, Whitehead & Co, general cargo
Arrived at the Port of Quebec
May 13 ship Onondago Morgan 10 Apr Waterford Messrs E.W. Cuffe, A.W. Cuffe and G. Gahan / Ghian and 39 settlers to Froste & Co
May 13 bark Great Britain Swinburn 28 Mar London Mr and Mrs Ranken; Miss Boyd; Messrs Fletcher, J. Boyd, W. Boyd, Austin and Sandel to W. Price & Co, general cargo
May 13 bark Miramichi Hutchinson 29 Mar London   to Gilmour & Co
May 14 bark Ganges Crawford 03 Apr Glasgow   to A. Gilmour & Co, general cargo
May 14 bark Canton Melville 02 Apr Glasgow   to A. Gilmour & Co
May 14 bark Glasgow Gray 29 Mar London   to A. Gilmour & Co
May 14 bark Louisa Sheppard 01 Apr London   to A. Gilmour & Co
May 14 bark Airthy Castle Curling 02 Apr Bristol   to A. Gilmour & Co
May 14 ship Clara Tripp 05 Apr Bristol   to G. Symes & Son
May 14 brig Harmony Bruce 31 Mar Shields   to G. Symes & Son
May 14 brig Plata Younghusband 03 Apr Liverpool   to Montreal, general cargo
May 14 brig Oscar Field 05 Apr Dartmouth   to R.F. Maitland
May 14 brig Neptune Hutchins 01 Apr Poole 2 settlers to Pembertons
May 14 bark Cadmus Foote 03 Apr  Poole   to Lemesurier & Co
May 14 bark Lloyds Blandford 30 Mar Poole   to W. Price & Co
May 14 bark Symmetry Ritchie 28 Mar London   to W. Sharples & Son
May 14 bark Britannia Thompson 01 Mar Bridgewater 2 settlers to Lemesurier & Co, bricks
May 14 brig Mary Bell  Brown 03 Apr London   to Goldsworthy, Townsend & Co
May 14 brig Marys   09 Apr Waterford   to Atkinson, Usburne & Co
  The pilot of the Great Britain, we understand, reports that the brigantine Speedwell, which sailed hence for Hull on the 14th November last, was found on the cast point of Anticosti, surrounded by ice. Part of the cargo (flour and salmon) was landed, and the wreck was carried off by ice on the 23 April. The vessel was lost about ten leagues below Hamel's provision post. No tidings have been obtained of the crew. The boat was found about two miles from the vessel, which came ashore with all sail set. (Montreal Gazette, May 15, 1835)
Arrived at the Port of Montreal With the wind.
May 16 brig Mary
(256 tons)
Brown 03 Apr London   to Budden & Vennor, general cargo
  In tow of the Canada
May 18 brig Sophia
(266 tons)
Easton 02 Apr Liverpool   to Robertson, Masson & Co, general cargo
  In tow of the British America
May 19 ship Canada
(329 tons)
Allan 02 Apr Greenock Mr Andrew Paterson and son, Mr Archibald Laurie, and Mr A. H. Young, of Quebec, Mr Cormack, of Montreal, Messrs M'Credie, M'Dougall, M'Kenzie, M'Lumont, Ferrier, Angus and Swain ; 33 passengers to James Millar & co, general cargo
May 19 bark Cherokee
(278 tons)
Miller 04 Apr Greenock Mr Stewart of Bytown; Mr Macintosh of Montreal; Mr and Mrs Clarke; Messes Watson and Laurie; Mrs Faulds; Mrs and Miss Stobo ; 28 passengers to Andrew Shaw, general cargo
  In tow of the Canada
May 19 bark Endeavour
(310 tons)
Douglas 04 Apr Liverpool   to Peter M'Gill & co, general cargo
May 19 bark Sir John Beresford
(292 tons)
Mitchell 02 Apr Liverpool   to Forsyth, Richardson & Co, general cargo
  In tow of the British America
May 19 ship Esther
(351 tons)
Sumpton 03 Apr Liverpool Mrs Webster, and two children; Messrs Elmhurst, Witeley, Melville, Thompson, Sheldon and M'Donald to Wm. Bradbury & Co, general cargo
Arrived at the Port of Quebec
May 14 bark Bragilla Taylor 09 Apr Falmouth   to J.S. Campbell
May 14 bark Everthorpe Campbell 02 Apr London   to Windsor
May 14 brig Lady Ann Suns 01 Apr London   to W. Sharples & Son
May 14 brig Mary Bell Brown 03 Apr London   Budden Vennor & Co, general cargo
May 14 ship Active Robson 31 Mar Liverpoos   to order
May 14 brig Milman Sanderson 04 Apr Belfast   G.H. Parks, general cargo
May 14 brig Eleanor Nicholson 06 Apr Exmouth   W. Price & Co
May 14 brig Henry Jobling 01 Apr Bristol   to order
May 14 brig Prince George Morrison 01 Apr Alloa   Rodger, Dean & Co, coals
May 14 bark Francis & Harriet Dodds 28 Mar London   Gilmour & Co
May 14 bark William Bensley Gubb 27 Mar London   Atkinson & Co
May 14 brig Cheviot James 05 Apr Milford   to order
May 14 bark Endymion Plieves 29 Mar London   Gilmour & Co
May 14 bark Ipswich Lakeman 02 Apr Plymouth   to order
May 14 brig Rother Froste 26 Mar London   to order
May 14 brig Anne Kempt 31 Mar Lynn   to order
May 15 bark Faside M'Arthur 01 Apr Port Glasgow   Gilmour & Co
May 15 ship Esther Sumption 03 Apr Liverpool   to Montreal, general cargo
May 15 bark Jupiter Comrie 09 Apr Liverpool    to R. Maclellan
May 15 bark Usk Prouse 05 Apr Torquay 10 settlers R.F. Maitland & Co
May 15 bark Emerald Murray 28 Mar London   W. Price & Co
May 15 bark Royal Adelaide Vivian 10 Apr Falmouth   J.S. Campbell
May 15 bark Victoria Mitchell 07 Apr London 3 settlers R. Maclellan
May 15 bark Canadain Morgan 28 Mar London   to Atkinson & Co
May 15 ship Clifton Johnson 27 Mar London   to Pemberton Brothers
May 15 ship John Bell Black 10 Apr Waterford 20 settlers to Pemberton Brothers, general cargo
May 15 bark Kingston Payne 05 Apr Waterford   to Lemesurier & Co
May 15 bark Restitution   07 Apr Plymouth   to Atkinson & Co
May 15 ship Canada Allen 02 Apr Greenock   to Montreal, general cargo
May 15 brig Sophia Easton 02 Apr Liverpool   to Montreal, general cargo
May 15 bark Cherokee Miller 04 Apr Greenock   to Montreal, general cargo
May 15 bark Endeavour Donglas 04 Apr Greenock   to Montreal, general cargo
May 15 bark Calypso Ludlow 10 Apr Dartmouth   to Atkinson & Co
Arrived at the Port of Quebec These arrivals are taken from the Kingston Gazette of Wed. May 25, 1835. This section only.
May 17 ship Robertson Neill 02 Apr Greenock 2 settlers for Montreal, general cargo
May 17 ship Onondego Morgan 08 Apr Liverpool 73 settlers to T. Froste & Co
May 17 bark Cherokee Miller 01 Apr Greenock   for Montreal, general cargo
May 17 bark Recovery Banks 09 Apr Newport   to Pembertons
May 17 brig Proeris Arnold 45 days Poole 50 settlers to Le Mesurier & Co
May 17 brig Findon Froste 04 Apr Poole   to Le Mesurier & Co
May 17 brig Favorite Allan 40 days Greenock 43 settlers to order, general cargo
May 17 brig Pembroke Castle Stanbury 06 Apr Milford   to Le Mesurier & Co
May 17 bark Pomona Gray 02 Apr Bordeaux   to order, brandy, &c.
May 18 ship Mountaineer Jackson 03 Apr London   to W. Patton & Co
May 18 ship Mulgrave Fowler 01 Apr London   to W. Patton & Co
May 18 ship Borneo Gorman 04 Apr Liverpool   to W. Price & Co.
May 18 ship City of Waterford Grandy 16 Apr Waterford 141 settlers to T. Frost & Co.
May 18 bark Airthry Castle Curling 04 Apr Bristol   to Gilmour & Co
May 18 bark Sir Wm. Bensley Gubb 27 Mar London   to Atkinson & Co
May 18 bark Cerops Finlayson 22 Mar London   to W. Price & Co.
May 18 bark Cottingham Short 01 Apr London   to W. Price & Co
May 18 bark Beaufort Neagle 29 Mar London   to order
May 18 bark Calypso Graham 07 Apr Dartmouth 26 settlers to Maitland
May 18 bark Magnet Payne 04 Apr Liverpool   for Montreal, general cargo
May 18 brig Caroline Daniels 02 Apr Newhaven   to order
May 18 brig Andromeda Patrick 23 Mar Liverpool   to T. Froste & Co
Arrived at the Port of Montreal In tow of the British America
May 24 brig Lord John Russell
(267 tons)
Ritchie 28 Mar Newcastle    to Cunningham & Buchanan, general cargo
May 24 brig Earl of Dalhousie Boyd 04 Apr Glasgow Mr Duncan Macfarlane, of Montreal, Mr Colquhoun, Captain Blair ; 3 passengers to Wm Smith & Co, general cargo
  In tow of the Canada
May 24 brig Victoria
(252 tons)
Berrie 05 Apr Dundee 28 passengers to Molson, Davies & Co, general cargo
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 21 bark Lowther Murphy 10 Apr Annan Doctor Wilfred Gate and 29 settlers  
May 21 bark Quebec Baxter 03 Apr Hull   to Gilmour & Co
May 21 brig Alert Boyd 03 Apr Peterhead Mr. William Vincent to Gilmour & Co
May 21 brig Shannon Frind 23 Mar Sunderland   to Gilmour & Co
May 21 brig Eldon Harvey 14 Apr Plymouth 18 settlers to Gilmour & Co
May 21 brig Panmure Young 04 Apr Ayr   to Gilmour & Co
May 21 brig Dew Drop   10 Apr Carmarthen 6 settlers to Gilmour & Co
May 21 bark John Thomas Paterson 03 Apr Belfast 18 settlers to Gowen & Co
May 21 bark Christiana Wilkie 30 Mar Hull   Symes & Ross
May 21 bark Aurora Chambers 02 Apr Hull   to Symes & Ross, coals
May 21 brig Bowes Johnson 11 Apr Workington   to Symes & Ross
May 21 brig Hypolite Baker 12 Apr Antigua   to H. Dubord, sugar
May 21 brig Constantine Berry 09 Apr Newport   to Lemesurier & Co
May 21 brig Pomons Stevens 12 Apr Dublin 140 settlers to Thos. Ryan, general cargo
May 21 bark Clio   11 Apr Glasgow   to Rodger, Dean & Co
May 21 bark Elutheria Wheatley 13 Apr London Messrs Julius M. Salmon, T.E. Coppugan and 45 settlers to Gillespie, Finlay & Co, general cargo
May 21 brig Margaret Smith 08 Apr Dundalk   to Pemberton Brothers
May 21 brig Tom Bowline Hunter 14 Apr Dublin    
May 21 bark Fairy Ritchie 27 Mar Dundee    
May 22 ship Sir Howard Douglas M'Kissock 22 Apr Liverpool   to Gilmour & Co, general cargo
May 22 ship John Francis Benyman 11 Apr Liverpool   to Symes & Ross, general cargo
May 22 schr Ben Terry 24 Apr     to Leaycraft, rum & sugar
May 22 schr Maloney Landry 24 Apr Halifax   to C. M'Callum, rum & sugar
May 22 brig Herald Alderson 08 Apr London   to Lemesurier & Co
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 24 ship Blessing Green 08 Apr Newcastle   to Lemesurier & Co
May 25 brig George Lockwood Starke 16 Apr London   to H.W. Welch
May 25 bark John & Robert M'Kechnie 16 Apr     to P & D Burnet, salt
May 26 ship Caroline Greig 13 Apr London Messrs A. Allen, J.W. Herbert, Ludlam and Mearns and 162 settlers to W. Patton & Co
May 26 brig David Thompson 12 Apr Newcastle   to A. Gilmour & Co
May 26 brig Maria & Elizabeth Stewart 01 Apr Sunderland   to R. Maitland, coals
May 26 brig British King Moncrieff 12 Apr Liverpool Mr and Mrs Charles, family and servant to Montreal, general cargo
  The Douglas had to discharge part of her potash and staves after her arrival from Montreal on Friday, having sprung a leak on her way down, and when discovered had four feet water in her hold. She is now discharging the remainder of her cargo, after which she will be taken on Davy's slip for examination. It is feared that part of the ashes are damaged.

The bark Cadmus, of Poole, is undergoing repairs in Black's floating dock.

The Salus, of Newcastle, and Princess Royal are receiving repairs on Davy's slip. (Montreal Gazette, May 28, 1835)

Arrived at the Port of Montreal In tow of the British America
May 28 brig British King
(238 tons)
Moncrieff 12 Apr Liverpool 9 passengers to Bellingham & Dunlop, general cargo
  In tow of the Canada
May 30 ship Montreal
(314 tons)
Leitch 05 Apr Liverpool   to Jas. Millar & Co, general cargo
  By the packet ship South America, from Liverpool - Mr T.B. Anderson, lady, child, and servant, Mr Forsyth, lady, child, and servant, and Mr W. Cunningham, of Montreal; Miss Robertson, of Berwick; Miss Campbell, of Kingston, U.C.; Major Holcroft, lady, and daughter; Capt Baxter British Army; R Hunter and R Riddle, of Blandford, U.C.; J Brooke and H.N. Patton, of Quebec
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 27 ship Catherine Longmuir 20 Apr Liverpool   to P & D Burnet
May 27 bark Cybele Heckler 14 Apr Gloucester 6 settlers to Pembertons, general cargo
May 27 ship Home Duncan 17 Apr Liverpool   to Gilmour & Co
May 27 ship Dochfour Johns 15 Apr Bristol Messrs Levey, Townsend, Vining, Hood, Williams, Hill and 5 settlers to Pembertons, general cargo
May 27 bark Dixon Slater 7 Apr Hull   to J Leaycraft & Co
May 27 bark Minstrel Jenkinson 12 Apr Newcastle   to Atkinson & Co
May 27 bark Argyle Baldwin 15 Apr Waterford   W Price & Co, general cargo
May 27 bark Westmoreland Knill 21 Apr Hull   to Symes & Ross
May 27 brig Tom Conthard 22 Apr Dublin   to order
May 27 brig Charlotte Sloan 05 Apr Liverpool   to W Sharples & Son
May 27 brig Cleopeld Bagdon 17 Apr Dublin   to Lemesurier & Co
May 27 brig Mars Watts 17 Apr Maryport   to order
May 27 brig Ardgowan Whithead 19 Apr Wigton   to order
May 27 brig Annandale Craig 13 Apr Dublin   to Tucker & Heath
May 27 brig Globe Lindsay 13 Apr London   to Atkinson & Co, general cargo
May 27 ship General Graham Craigie 13 Apr Alloa   to A Gilmour, coals
May 27 bark Johns Gaine 07 Apr Dublin   to Thos. Ryan
May 27 bark Sylvia Rowland 08 Apr Plymouth   to Lemesurier
May 27 bark Oreha Rowland 07 Apr Plymouth   to order
May 27 brig Captain Ross Morton 11 Apr Liverpool   to M Welch, general cargo
May 27 brig Diana Cowan 15 Apr Dumfries   to order
May 27 brig Isabella Miller 04 Apr Greenock   to E Baird, general cargo
May 27 brig Quebec Packet Stephen 11 Apr Aberdeen   to H G Forsyth
May 27 brig James Phipard 10 May Newfoundland   to N Jones, oil
May 28 bark Brunswick Smith 10 Apr Hull   to Syms & Ross, general cargo
May 28 bark Town of Ross Evans 19 Apr     to Lemesurier
  Upper Canada Line - Steamboats and Stages, Leave Montreal every day except Sunday, at half-past ten, A.M. and arrives in Prescott the following day, with the exception of Saturday's stage, which will remain over the Sabbath at Cornwall,-- as follows:

Montreal to Lachine, by land .................................9 miles
Lachine to Cascades, by steamboat.......................24 miles
Cascades to Coteau du Lac, by land.......................16 miles
Coteau du Lac to Cornwall, via St
Regis, Indian Village, by steam-boat........................11 miles
Cornwall to Dickenson's Landing by land................12 miles
Dickenson's Landing to Prescott, by steamboat.....38 miles

Total............................................................................140 miles

Downwards.
Leave Prescott every morning, except Sunday, at 4 o'clock, and arrive in Montreal the same evening.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 28 ship Jessie Thompson 24 Apr Liverpool   to Gilmour & Co
May 28 ship Montreal Leitch 05 Apr Liverpool   to Montreal, general cargo
May 28 bark England Richmond 03 Apr Glasgow   to R M'Lellan
May 28 bark Britannia Andrews 03 Apr Liverpool   to W Sharples & Son
May 28 bark Robert & Ann Richmond 04 Apr Newcastle   to A Gilmour & Co
May 28 brig Emerald M'Call 10 Apr Greenock   to J Munn, ship stores
May 28 bark Tottenham Thomas 15 Apr Ross   H.N. Jones
May 28 bark Ethergill Ward 08 Apr Hull   to Gilmour & Co
May 28 bark Britannia Taylor 30 Mar Liverpool   to Gilmour & Co
May 28 bark Margaret Weakner 04 Apr Liverpool Mr and Mrs Thomas ; Mr Thomas, senior and Miss Broughton to J Miller & Co, general cargo
May 28 brig Collins Smart 17 Apr Maryport   W Price & Co
May 28 brig Derwent Purdy 15 Apr Maryport   to Gilmour & Co
May 28 brig Vibilia Marshall 19 Apr Plymouth   to Lemesurier & Co
May 28 brig Malay Hutchinson 18 Apr Liverpool   to Montreal, general cargo
May 28 brig Anne Hunter 15 Apr London   to H Gowen & Co
May 28 brig Memnon Morrison 16 Apr Cork   to Atkinson & Co
May 28 brig Alexander Gash 12 Apr Maryport   to Atkinson & Co
May 28 brig Caroline Broad 17 Apr Falmouth   to order
May 28 brig Catherine & Hannah Alderson 01 Apr Sunderland   W Price & Co
May 28 brig Cheviot Smith 22 Apr Dublin   W Price & Co
May 28 brig Rhydiol Ridell 14 Apr Aberystwith   to Symes & Ross
May 28 brig Glenora Cousins 07 Apr Newport   to Lemesurier & Co
May 28 brig Retreat Kinnear 05 Apr Dundee   Gilmour & Co
May 28 brig Cornwallis Green 19 Apr Waterford   to order
May 28 brig Nelson White 13 Apr Maryport   to Lemesurier & Co
May 28 schr Moose King 07 Apr Maryport   to J Leaycraft & Co
May 29 ship Princess Charlotte Roach 18 Apr Newry 28 settlers to Pembertons
May 29 ship Harriet Galt 19 Apr Liverpool   to Gilmour & Co, salt
May 29 bark Thomas Carty Kelly 20 Apr Dublin 42 settlers to Gilmour & Co
May 29 bark Duckenfield Mosey 08 Apr London   to Gilmour & Co
May 29 brig Cyrus Scott 11 Apr Leith 33 settlers to Montreal, general cargo
May 29 brig Venus Simmons 09 Apr Yarmouth   to W Price & Co
May 30 brig Bryan Abbs Gorman 15 Apr Limerick 70 settlers to W Price & Co
May 30 brig Berwick on Tweed Muers 09 Apr Berwick 20 settlers J.G. Irvine, coals
May 30 brig Wellington Gilham 11 Apr Yarmouth 86 settlers to Goldsworthy, Townsend & Co
May 30 brig John Esdaile Wright 15 Apr Cork 25 settlers W Price & Co
May 30 bark Champlain Newman 22 Apr Cork 115 settlers to Gilmour & Co
May 30 bark Ocean Hearn 16 Apr Waterford 32 settlers to Lemesurier & Co
May 30 brig Penelope Edwards 15 Apr Youghal 63 settlers to Lemesurier & Co
May 30 ship Dorchester M'Lean 12 Apr Newry 42 settlers to Lemesurier & Co, general cargo
Saturday afternoon, reported by telegraph at Grosse Isle at 11 o'clock A.M.
  bark Bernard   14 Apr London    
  brig Kelson   04 Apr Sunderland   general cargo
  bark Sir Joseph Banks   10 Apr London    
  Brig Ann   17 Apr Dublin    
  brig Sarah & Mary Anne   16 Apr Maryport    
  bark Venture   16 Apr Greenock    
  bark Recovery   13 Apr Youghal    
 At Grosse Isle, 2 P.M.  
  bark Carleton   12 Apr Aberdean 63 settlers Symes & Ross, general cargo
  bark Bardadoes   21 Apr Cork 200 settlers Pemberton, Brothers
  brig William Fell          
Arrived at the Port of Montreal All in the tow of the St. George 
June 02 brig Cyrus
(177 tons)
Scott Apr 10 Leith 18 passengers to Ballingham & Dunlop, general cargo
June 02 brig Malay
(297 tons)
Hutchinson 18 Apr Liverpool   to William Ritchie & Co, general cargo
June 02 brig Pelion
(233 tons)
Walker Apr 04 Sunderland   to R.F. Maitland & Co, general cargo
June 02 schr William
(82 tons)
Cameron May 09 Halifax   to John Wm. Dunscomb, rum and sugar
  In tow of the Canada
June 03 brig Margaret
(303 tons)
Brunton Mar 26 Newcastle   to Molson, Davies & Co., general cargo
  The Canada left Quebec on Monday evening with the brig Margaret, from Newcastle, and St. Hilda, from London, both with general cargos. The latter got out of the channel, and was left aground near the schooner light below Sorel. The Canada brought the Margaret into port, and on landing her passengers, 23 cabin and 572 steerage, returned at eight o'clock last evening for the St. Hilda. She had not come up, nor was she in sight at the time our paper went to press.
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
May 30 bark Venture Wilson 16 Apr Greenock 11 settlers to Gilmour & Co
May 30 bark Sir Joseph Banks Nesfield 10 Apr London   to E.W. Welch
May 30 bark Bernard Wells 11 Apr London   to Mr Windsor
May 30 bark Recovery Simpkin 13 Apr Youghal   to Lemesurier & Co
May 30 brig Ann Blair 17 Apr Dublin   to Lemesurier & Co
May 30 brig Pelion Walker 04 Apr Sunderland   to R.F. Maitland, coals
May 31 bark Barbadoes Lee 21 Apr Cork 200 settlers to Pembertons
May 31 brig William Fell Farren 16 Apr Newry 114 settlers to Pembertons
May 31 brig Sarah, Mary Ann Archibald 16 Apr Maryport 33 settlers to Symes and Ross
May 31 brig Promise Shearer 05 Apr Liverpool   to W. Sharples & Son
June 01 bark St. Hilda Barnes 16 Apr London 2 settlers to Montreal, general cargo
June 01 brig Esk Gray 16 Apr London Mr and Mrs Butcher Gilmour & Co
June 01 brig Margaret Brunton 26 Mar Newcastle   to Montreal, general cargo
June 01 brig Loyal Briton Watson 08 Apr London   to T. curry
June 01 brig Cadmus Burn 16 Apr London   to Pembertons
June 01 brig Baltic Newson 10 Apr Yarmouth Mr and Mrs Strongher and ten children and 97 settlers to H. Gowen & Co
June 02 schr Lady H. Babin 10 May Halifax   to Montreal, rum, sugar and molasses
  In the brig Douglas, cleared at Halifax for Quebec, 15th ult. Mr and Mrs Williamson.

The ship Douglas, Scott, for London, having repaired her leak, is again taking in her cargo.

  The bark Sir Joseph Banks, arrived here on Saturday last, on the 19th May spoke the bark Intrinsie, of Glasgow, off Cape Ray, which vessel had lost her foremast and bowsprit, having been foul of an iceberg-one man killed.
Arrived at the Port of Montreal In tow of the Canada 
June 04 brig St Hilda
(255 tons)
Barnes 16 Apr London 2 passengers to Atkinson & Co, general cargo
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 03 bark Cecilia Walker 24 Apr London   to J. Hunt
June 03 bark Absoira? Chambers 12 Apr Liverpool   to Symes & Ross
June 03 brig Canton Garbut 24 Apr Greenock 3 settlers to Montreal, general cargo
June 03 brig Mercury Doyle 23 Apr Waterford 2 settlers to Thomas Ryan
June 03 brig Bolivar Ganson 11 Apr Aberdeen 7 settlers to H. Gowen & Co
June 04 bark Valleyfield Swinton 15 Apr London E.H. Chapman, Esq. of London, and lady, and Miss Parr to W. Patton & co
June 04 bark Europe Noble 24 Apr Greenock   to w. Price & Co
June 04 bark Headlys Morris 17 Apr Dartmouth   to W. Price & Co
June 04 bark Dependent Galilee 13 Apr Liverpool   to Thos. Froste & Co, salt
  The brig Emerald, is receiving repairs in the Little River.

The brig Eleanor, 28th April, from Belfast, to A. Gilmour & Co. in ballast, with 38 passengers, is the only arrival yet reported by Telegraph, the weather having been so thick that they could not communicate since noon. The twenty square rigged vessels announced, include the Carleton, Helen and Industry, all with passengers.

State of the thermometer at the exchange, at 8 o'clock A.M. from 31st May to the 6th of June inclusive: 65, 66, 61, 60, 73, 72, 58.

  Grand River Indians-Last week four Chiefs from the Six Nation Indians Grand River, were conveyed by the William IV, steamer to Kingston, and from thence by the Sir James Kempt steamer to the Indian woods near Belleville, and landed at the Mohawk Indian reserve. We understood from the Chiefs, that they were deputed by their brethren on the Grand River, to proceed to Tyandinago, to invite the Mohawk tribe to move up to the Indian reserve near Brantford, which if agreed on by the latter tribe, would enable them to sell the Tyandinago reserve, and apply the proceeds to the cultivation of their lands on the Grand River. We believe the names of the four Chiefs composing the deputation, are Brant, Joseph, Martin, and Powlet. They were accompanied by the widow of late Chief, Peter John Brant, and her two sons-the widow is the sister of the late celebrated Captain John Brant. We believe the Chiefs had an interview with His Excellency in Toronto, on the subject of the proposed union of the tribes.-Port Hope Warder.
Arrived at the Port of Montreal Both in tow of the Canada
June 08 brig George IV
(115 tons)
Orr 01 May Glasgow   to Bellingham and Dunlop, general cargo
June 08 brig Pembroke Castle
(236 tons)
Stanbury 18 Apr London 8 passengers to Lemesurier, Routh & Co, general cargo
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 05 brig Eleanor Donaldson 22 Apr Belfast 38 settlers to A. Gilmour & Co
June 06 ship Samuel Joameson 27 Apr Liverpool   to H. Lemesurier & Co, salt
June 06 bark Carleton Anderson 12 Apr Aberdeen 64 settlers under quarantine to Symes & Ross, general cargo
June 06 bark Nautilus Irving 02 Apr Sunderland 3 settlers to Pemberton Brothers, general cargo
June 06 bark Forster Bibbing 22 Apr Hull 18 settlers to Symes & Ross, bricks
June 06 ship Kirkells Humphrys 09 Apr     to Atkinson & Co
June 06 bark Asia Kelrington 09 Apr London 4 settlers to Sharples & Son
June 06 bark Nestor Clanes 15 Apr Cork 5 settlers to H.W. Welch
June 06 bark Don Morson 08 Apr Hull   to Symes & Ross, coals
June 06 bark Harmony Brown 23 Apr Hull 73 settlers to Symes & Ross
June 06 bark Minerva M'Kenzie 20 Apr Liverpool   to H.W. Welch
June 06 bark Thos. Ritchie Threft 19 Apr Bristol 5 settlers to Atkinson & Co
June 06 brig Thomas & Mary Potts 09 Apr Sunderland   to H. Gowen & Co
June 06 brig Augustus Lovering 22 Apr Plymouth   to Atkinson & Co
June 06 brig Elizabeth & Mary Walker 11 Apr     to Montreal, general cargo
June 06 brig Dorothys Paul 30 Mar Newcastle 6 settlers to T. Curry
June 06 brig Wellington Forster 06 Apr Newcastle 3 settlers to W. Patton & Co, general cargo
June 06 brig Amity Rae 25 Apr Aberdeen 38 settlers to order
June 06 brig Lady ? Mar Richardson 13 Apr Poole 1 settler to Gilmour & Co
June 06 brig George IV Orr 28 Apr Glasgow   to Montreal, general cargo
June 06 brig Curlew Shields 13 Apr Humber   to W. Price & Co
June 06 brig Pembroke Castle Stanbury 16 Apr London 13 settlers to Lemesurier & Co, general cargo
June 06 brig Holderness Brown 05 Apr London   to Lemesurier & Co
Reported by Telegraph, (at Grosse Isle)
  bark Friends   28 Apr Dublin   to T. Ryan, general cargo
  bark Caroline   30 Apr Limerick 40 settlers to Pembertons
  brig Thos. Green   26 Apr London   to Atkinson & Co
  brig James Johnson   21 Apr Sunderland   to Gilmour & Co
  brig Joseph & Mary   12 Apr Newcastle   to C.E. Levey & Co
  schr Alexander  Hay 13 Apr Halifax   to Murison & Co
  In the James, Ovingson, from Leith-Mr. Geo Bell; Mrs Morrison and five children; Dr. M'Lean, and Miss Wilson.

A sailor named Davis, on board the brig Southampton fell from the top-gallant mast, a height of eighty feet, had his thigh and right arm dreadfully mutilated and fractured, as also his face, splinters of wood having been extracted from the upper jaw. He was admitted into the Marine Hospital, and, notwithstanding the serious injury, some hopes are entertained of his recovery.

Arrived at the Port of Montreal Both in the tow of the British America
June 10 brig Canton

(272 tons)

Garbutt 24 Apr Glasgow 3 passengers to James Millar & Co, general cargo
June 10 brig Elizabeth and Mary

(222 tons)

Walker 11 Apr Dundee   to Bellingham and Dunlop, general cargo
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 06 schr Louisa Ann Faulkner 05 May St John's, NB   to R. Pemston
June 06 bark Friends Duncan 28 Apr Dublin Mr D. M'Leod and 97 settlers T. Ryan, general cargo
June 06 bark Wexford Quin 30 Apr Limerick 40 settlers to Pembertons
June 06 brig James Johnson Johnson 21 Apr Sunderland   to Gilmour & Co
June 06 brig Thomas Green Donkin 25 Apr London   to Atkinson & Co
June 06 brig Joseph & Mary Stratford 12 Apr Newcastle   to C.E. Levey & Co
June 06 brig Alexander     Demerara and Halifax Messrs Johnson, Gamstord and M'Leod to Munson & Co, rum
June 08 ship China Bell 30 Apr Liverpool   to Rodger, Dean & Co, salt and coals
June 08 bark Cosmopolite Smith 16 Spr Newcastle   to order
June 08 bark Harvey Stephenson 24 Apr Liverpool   to Lemesurier & Co
June 08 brig Cleopatra Barlow 12 Apr Limerick   to Lemesurier & Co
June 08 brig Alles Forster 06 Apr Scarbro'   to Lemesurier & Co
June 08 brig Astrea Park 18 Apr Maryport   to W. Price & Co
June 08 brig Ord Laing 14 Apr Sunderland   to Patton & Co
June 08 brig Eden Andrews 27 Apr Cork   to Pembertons
June 08 brig Urania Younger 02 Apr Leith   to Windsor & M'Iver, coals and goods
June 08 schr Congress Robins 22 May Halifax   J.W. Leaycraft, Dunscomb & Co, rum
June 08 brig Industry Lennox 19 Apr Belfast 60 settlers to Gilmour & Co
June 09 ship Waterloo Froste 06 Apr Hull   to Gilmour & Co
June 09 bark Burrell Metcalf 23 Apr Portsmouth  Dr John Brydon, Mr W.B. Nichol; B Faree ; Lieut Hammond, R.N., lady and 7 children and 238 settlers to Pembertons
Petworth Emigrants
June 09 brig Trade Mosey 24 Apr Dublin 24 settlers to T. Ryan
  In the ship British Heroine from Newry at Grosse Isle, Mr and Mrs Cole, and family ; Misses Harriet and Mary Stewart.

In the brig Athelston, from Stockton at Grosse Isle Mr Johnson.

Arrived at the Port of Montreal In tow of the St George
June 12 brig Atlas
(160 tons)
Nicol 20 Apr Newcastle   to Cunningham & Burlington, general cargo
  In tow of the Canada
June 13 brig Pleiades
(136 tons)
Durkee 26 Apr Grenada 3 passengers to Dunscomb & Co, general cargo
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 09 bark Try Again Heacock 19 May New York   to order
June 09 bark Athelston Wilson 06 Apr Stockton 18 settlers to W. Price & Co, coals
June 09 brig Temperance Dickson 25 Apr Jamaica   to Gillespie, Finlay & Co, rum
June 09 brig Vesper Hutton 07 Apr Sunderland   to R.F. Maitland & Co
J0une 09 schr Collector Locke 09 May Halifax   to Maitland? & Co
June 10 ship British Heroine Shield 23 Apr Newry 169 settlers to Symes & Ross
June 10 bark De Jersey Picott 6 Apr Jersey 2 settlers to P & D Burnett, general cargo
June 10 brig Thomas Tyson Wylie 27 Apr Westport 111 settlers to Lemesurier & Co
June 10 brig Pleiades Durkee 26 Apr Grenada   Leaycraft, rum
June 10 brig Redbreast Lovett 25 Apr New York   to C.V. Aylwin, general cargo
June 10 brig Mary & Dorothy Booth 07 Apr Sunderland   to Gilmour & Co
June 10 brig Edward Fotherpill 15 Apr Preston   to Gilmour & Co
June 10 bark Alfred Thompson 02 Apr Alloa   to A. Gilmour & Co, coals
June 10 brig Renovation Copeland 01 Apr Newcastle   to Gilmour & Co
June 10 brig Atlas Nichol 30 Apr Newcastle   to Montreal, general cargo
June 10 brig Camden Hay 06 Apr Sunderland   to Pemberton Brothers
June 10 brig Partizan Jordison 13 Apr Newcastle   to Lemesurier & Co, coals
June 10 brig Naiad / Naid Brown 02 Apr Halifax Mr Stowe to order, rum
June 10 brig Douglas Lanigen 18 May Halifax Mr and Mrs Williamson, and Miss Daly P & D Burnett, rum
June 10 brig Falcon Mairs 20 Apr London   to Symes & Ross
June 10 ship Thalia Graham 18 Mar Rio Janeiro   to Symes & Ross
June 10 ship Robert Kerr Thomas 13 May Mobile   to order
June 10 ship John Raisbeck 27 Apr Liverpool   to W Sharples & Son, salt
June 10 bark Dibdin ? Ogilvy 19 Apr Liverpool   to J. Muir, iron
June 10 bark Aurora Roals 29 Apr Liverpool Mr Robert Froste, of Montreal, and the Rev H. Vachelle to Thos Froste & Co, general cargo
June 10 bark John & Mary Hudson 29 Apr London   to George Black / in ballast
June 10 bark Superb Sheaton 22 Apr Sunderland   to Wm. Patton & Co
June 10 bark Louisa Nicholas 21 May New York   to Lemesurier, Tilstone & Co
June 10 schr British Tar Reynolds 23 Apr Jamaica   To R Peniston, rum
Reported by Telegraph at Grosse Isle
  brig Constitution   03 May Sligo 124 settlers  to H. Gowen & Co.
  bark Triton   10 Apr Hull 64 settlers to order, general cargo
  schr Youngest   18 May Arichat   to Aylwin & Noad
  brig Hannah   13 Apr Kirkaldy 4 settlers to order
  brig Thomas   07 Apr Sunderland   to Symes & Ross
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 12 brig Thomas Potts 07 Apr Sunderland   to Symes & Ross
June 12 brig Hannah Airth 13 Apr Kirkaldy 4 settlers to Montreal, general cargo
June 12 bark Triton Keighly 10 Apr Hull 64 settlers to Montreal, general cargo
  Among the passengers sailed on the 10th instant, from New York, in the packet ship St. James, for London, we notice the names of John Henry Parnell, Esq. of Ireland and Mrs Parnell, Capt. Veitch, Mrs. Veitch, son and servant, Capt. Oldrey and servant, Mr Shirley, of Jamaica, Capt. Vidal, and Ogden Hoffman, Esq. of New York.

In noticing the departure of this packet, we cannot forbear calling the attention of the Canadian public to the fact, that she is the third new vessel added to the London line in the course of the last two months. The Toronto, Capt. Robert Griswold, which left New York on the 10th of May, the Westminster, Capt. H.L. Champlin, (sailed on the 1st instant,) and the St. James, Capt. W.S. Sebor, whose day of departure is already mentioned, are all ships of the first class, and surpassed by few if by any in the other lines. The exertions of Messrs. Grinnell, Minturn & Co. and Mr Griswold to increase the efficiency of the London line, are deserving of every encouragement on the part of those of our community who are in the habit of frequently crossing the Atlantic.

George Gregory, Esq. of this city, Mrs Gregory and family, sailed on the 8th instant from New York, by the packet ship George Washington, for Liverpool. Mr Alexander Dobbs, of Kingston, U.C. Mr R.B. Seymour, of Quebec, and Messrs. Samuel Rhodes and R.P. Kerrigon, were passengers by the same vessel.

Arrived at the Port of Montreal In tow of the St George 
June 17 bark Triton

(286 tons)

Keighly 10 Apr Hull 50 passengers to Wm. Ritchie & Co, general cargo
  With the wind
June 17 bark Burrell

(404 tons)

Metcalf 23 Apr Portsmouth 250 passengers to order
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 12 brig William Madden 25 Apr Jamaica   to Gillespie & Co, rum and sugar
  The Clutha, Thompson, from Glasgow for Montreal, went ashore on the Long rock, Ballywater, on the 26th April-crew saved.

Miramichi, June 2.-On the 26th May, the bark Doncaster, Foster, of Newcastle, bound to this port, struck a piece of ice, off Cape North, (Cape Breton,) and immediately foundered. The crew was picked up by the Dorothy, Paul, of South Shields, bound to Quebec, and the master, mate, and seven of the crew, were on the same evening put on board the Ajax, Story, for Miramichi.

The brig John & Mary, of London, was lost in the ice between St. Paul's and Cape Breton. The crew were taken off by the Asia, bound to Quebec, and two of them put on board the bark Europe, arrived at Bathurst. Capt. Ayres reports having seen upwards of one hundred vessels in the ice about the same place.

The Petworth Committee have just despatched another troop of emigrants on board the Burrell, which is the fifth ship they have sent. The emigrants are principally from Sussex, and are bound for Toronto, Upper Canada. The general abstract of the persons on board is as follows:-one farmer, one blacksmith, one wheelwright, one watchmaker, three bricklayers, one butcher, one gardener, and three shoemakers; in all 93 males above 14 years of age, 51 under ditto; 52 females above 14 years and 54 under, including six infants. Every possible attention was bestowed in providing for the comfort of the party; which, indeed, has been the case in every expedition fitted out under the auspices of the Petworth Committee. (Montreal Gazette, June 18, 1835).

The following statement of the number of Emigrants arrived in the port of Quebec, during the present and the three last year, to the 15th June, inclusive, in each year, is copied from the returns of the Chief Agent for Settlers. The comparitive statement of Ships and Tonnage, to the same periods, is taken from the register of arrivals kept at the Quebec Exchange. :—
Years Vessels Tonnage Emigrants
1832 455 108,450 28,016
1833 339 92,758 6,624
1834 400 108,450 14,137
1835 365 111,821 3,985
Many of the Vessels which have arrived during the present year are of a larger class than generally frequent this port.

Arrived at the Port of Montreal  
  The wreck of the Speedwell, of Quebec, about 150 tons burthen, full of water, and her materials carried off, was discovered on the 26th of May, off St. Margarets, two miles from land. A trunk was hooked from her cabin, containing wearing apparel, &c. and a journal of Captain Hall, who carried emigrants to Canada last year. She was towed into shore as close as she would float; but it is probable she drifted again, as there were no means of fastening her.-Halifax paper.

The new ship Thompson, Captain Henry, 698 tons, which sailed from St. John, N.B. May 2, ran on shore near St John, N.F. on the 14th Crew (except cook) and passengers saved. The ship drifted to sea.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 17 Bark John Stamp Young 25 Apr London Mr and Mrs Newman and family, Mr Johnston, and Mr Marshall and 170 settlers to R. Maclellan, general cargo
Reported by Telegraph at Grosse Isle
  brig Adelina   13 May Workington   to Pembertons
  brig Favorite   12 May Greenock 39 settlers to W. Price & Co
  bark Hercules   11 Apr Aberdeen 63 settlers  
  brig Atlantic   28 Apr Demerara   rum
  brig Robert     Liverpool 6 settlers general cargo
  brig Hebron   23 May New York   general cargo
  There are also six others at the station-names not known.
  ..Among them was the fine ship Calcutta, of 706 tons, on her first voyage, built by Messrs. Jeffreys, at Munn's Cove.

Emigration
Since our last notice the following vessels have sailed from Greenock, with emigrants for the United States and the British Provinces in North America:
Robertson, for Montreal, with 22 passengers
Isabella, for Quebec, with 26 passengers
Cherokee, for Montreal, with 39 passengers
Portaferry, for New York with 52 passengers
Venture, for Quebec, with 13 passengers
Deveron, for Pictou, with 23 passengers
Hero, for New York, with 104 passengers
Canton, for Montreal, with 3 passengers
Salus,for Chaleur Bay, with 9 passengers
Science, for New York, with 72 passengers
Portland, for St. John's, N.B. with 2 passengers
--Glasgow Free Press, May 6 (from Montreal Gazette, June 20, 1835)

The Canadian Eagle, on her trip up yesterday, had forty cabin and two hundred and forty-two steerage passengers on board, and called on her way at Port St. Francis, nearly opposite Three Rivers, where she disembarked an English family, who were proceeding to the Eastern Townships.

Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 19 ship Tamerlane Martin 07 May Greenock   to Rodger, Dean & Co
June 19 bark Hercules Walker 11 Apr Aberdeen Messrs Henderson and Maxwell and 63 settlers to Tucker, Heath & Co
June 19 bark Robert Gardner 28 Apr Liverpool Mr. Hudson | 6 settlers to Montreal, general cargo
June 19 bark Lavinia Jones 03 May Hambro'   to Symes & Ross
June 19 brig Favourite Burns 12 May Greenock Messrs R Weir, jun. D. Henderson, McKay, Croll, and Margach and 32 settlers to Montreal, general cargo
June 19 brig Canadian Stephenson 04 May Liverpool    to Montreal, general cargo
June 19 brig Adelina Gray 13 May Workington   to Pembertons
June 19 brig Atlantic Bell 28 Apr Demerara   to Leaycraft & Co, rum
June 19 brig Hebron Higginson 29 May New York   to T. Ryan, tobacco and rice
June 19 bark Mary Laing Sharer 28 Apr Liverpool 1 passenger to Montreal, general cargo
June 19 bark Osprey Whitney 11 May Jamaica   to Penneston, rum
June 19 bark Duchess of Kent Lamb 22 Apr London   to T. Froste & Co
June 19 bark Earl of Dalhousie Couill 04 May Liverpool 3 passengers to H. Gowan & Co
June 19 brig Elizabeth Clark Alder 01 May Limerick 6 settlers to Pembertons Brothers
June 19 brig John Hunter 26 Apr Dublin   to R. Maclelland
June 19 brig Jane Nicholson 05 Apr Sunderland   to A. Gilmour & Co
June 19 brig Grenada Tuzo 07 Apr Grenada   to J. Leaycraft & Co, rum
June 19 brig Preston Scott 18 Apr Newport   to A. Gilmour & Co
June 19 brig Agenoria Smith 10 May Jamaica   to Tucker, Heath & Co, rum
June 19 brig Wansbeck Young 01 June Newfoundland 3 passengers to James Hamilton & Co
  Last night, about ten o'clock, the wind sprang up from the eastward, and towards midnight had increased to a perfect hurricane; we seldom recollect so violent a storm, and fear that when all the particulars are known, an extent of damage will be found to have been sustained by the shipping an in timber, beyond what has occurred here for many years. The river this morning was white with foam, a heavy sea running, and wreck timber was to be seen floating in all directions; whilst some of the docks between the different quays are filled with it. Several ships are in a very distressed state: above Cape Diamond is a bark which has lost both her main and mizzen masts, and another vessel with her main mast gone. At the Brewery wharf, and at other in that neighbourhood, several vessels got adrift and damaged one another in various degrees. At the Indian wharf, the Dockfour, of Bristol, a very heavy ship, tore up one of the mooring posts, broke her windlass and fell foul of the Favorite, which was lying astern of her within Jones's wharf, carrying away the figure head of the latter and damaging the upper works of her own stern and quarter. The William, from Jamaica, on the east side of the wharf, has lost her rudder and been otherways much injured at the King's wharf, the schooner attached at the Grosse Isle Quarantine station stove in her stern. Several vessels are seen from the town, more or less damaged, and we fear some lives have been lost from a raft, though the report has not reached us in a sufficiently authenticated form to warrant our entering into particulars. We learn also that in the St. Charles, the craft lying near the King's wood-yard, have suffered from the effects of the gale. The wind had moderated this afternoon, but the rain still falls heavily, as it has done, at intervals during the whole of the storm.-Quebec Mercury, Saturday. (From Montreal Gazette, June 20, 1835)
Arrived at the Port of Montreal In the tow of the St George
June 22 brig Canadian
(263 tons)
Stephenson 05 May Liverpool 1 passenger to James Millar & Co, general cargo
  In the tow of the John Bull
June 23 bark Robert
(205 tons)
Gardner 28 Apr   7 passengers to James Millar & Co, general cargo
  Both in the tow of the St George
June 26 brig Favourite
(219 tons)
Burns 12 May Greenock 38 passengers to James Millar & Co, general cargo
June 26 bark Mary Laing
(317 tons)
Shearer 28 Apr Liverpool 1 passenger to Cunningham & Buchannan, general cargo
Arrived at the Port of Quebec  
June 20 ship Ariadne Conn 01 May Londonderry Capt Longchamp, R.N. lady, three children and servant ; Miss Young ; Messrs W.S. Henderson, Collins and Cochran and 191 settlers to P & D Burnet, general cargo
June 20 ship Delhi Seaton 10 May Whitby 57 settlers to T Froste & Co
June 20 ship St Mary Gill 25 Apr Hull 58 settlers to C.E. Levey & Co
June 20 bark Helen Mearns 18 Apr Belfast 280 settlers to Tucker, Heath & Co
June 20 bark Sarah Mickle 18 Apr Newcastle Mr. J.D. Wheatley to C.E. Levey & Co, general cargo
June 20 bark Prince Regent White 28 Apr Liverpool   to Rodger, Dean & Co, salt
June 20 brig Eurus Byers 01 May Bremen   to order
June 20 brig Nelson Forrest 18 Apr Newcastle   to Lemesurier & Co
June 23 brig Ythan W. Davison 05 Apr Newcastle   to Lemesurier, coals.

The master, mate, and remainder of the crew saved from the Jessie, seven in number, came on board this vessel.

Reported at Grosse Isle, June 22  
  ship Francis Spright 12 May Limerick 240 settlers to Gilmour & Co
  brig Stephen Wright 02 May Dublin   to T. Curry
  schr Hartford   23 Apr Trinidad   to Buteau, sugar
   schr Meridian   17 May     to C.F. Aylwin & Co, general cargo
   bark Eliza   29 Apr Liverpool   to G. Black
  brig Camila   01 May Belfast 53 settlers to order
  schr MariaVirgine   31 May Halifax   to Peniston, rum
  brig Eliza Ann   03 May Cork 32 settlers to Gilmour & Co
  brig George William   21 Apr Sunderland   to R.F. Maitland & Co
  ship Kingston   01 May Liverpool   to Patton & Co
  brig Betsy Millar   24 Apr Gibraltar   E. Baird, general cargo
  bark Hope   10 June St Johns, Nfld   to Symes & Ross
  bark Palmator   02 May St Johns, Nfld   to Sharples & Son
  schr Rambler   10 May New York   to Rodger, Dean & Co, general cargo
  ship Amazon   02 May Hull . to Burstall
. The Kingston, that was ashore yesterday, is off.
Reported by Telegraph, (at Grosse Isle)
  brig Liverpool   28 Apr     to order
  The new ship Majestic, Capt. Barrick, from Whitby, ran ashore on White Island reef, in the late gale, and afterwards drove to Hare Island, she had ten feet water in her hold, and it is feared she will be a total wreck.

The Telegraph reports a bark ashore on Pointe Orval, also a brig in the Traverse.

The brig Anne, Kemp, hence to Lynn, returned on Saturday with loss of bowsprit, foremast sprung and other damage, having been run foul of by a vessel, name not known.

  Shipwrecks.-
We are sorry to learn that intelligence has been received of four or five vessels being ashore in the river, below the port. Capt. Keyes of the brig Anne, has come up to town, from his vessel, which is ashore much damaged, at Rivière Ouelle, with five feet water in her hold and loss of anchors. Two schooners were alongside of her; and Capt. Keyes has come up to take down assistance and a chain cable. Capt. Keyes reports that a ship and a brig are ashore at St. Thomas, the former the Kingston, inward bound from Liverpool; that the brig Mars, Watt, for Workington, is also wrecked, as well as the Diana, Cowan, for Dumfries; and that another vessel was seen in great distress, supposed to have gone ashore. Capt. Keyes heard of no lives being lost; but he says that during the twenty-six years he has been in the trade, he never experienced so violent a gale as the one of Saturday morning.

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